Sir I cannot understand the last line of the answer of my previous question that you have answered and the line was A is just a member of set C, it is not a subset of C.

Asked by shivam dabas | 30th Apr, 2012, 07:15: PM

Expert Answer:

Initially A is a set, but when you see A belongs to B that means A now can be seen as 2 things, one as a set and second as a member of a set B. So when B becomes subset of C this means every member of B becomes the member of C. Now since A is a member of B, so it also becomes a member of C.

Answered by  | 30th Apr, 2012, 08:38: PM

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